The question hits a nerve in many people.
The reason for that is mostly lack of information or misinformation, or the fact that they connect CBD to drugs.
My duty is to dissolve such ideas in all the parents that are reading me.
Stories justify that parents only switch to this alternative that has no side effects at all when all other medications have failed.
However, the number of CBD users increases day by day and so do good experiences, thanks to the possibilities that spread at the speed of internet.
Alright, but how does CBD affect children?
First of all, let’s just declare that cannabidiol is not psycho-active, does not cause drowsiness and doesn’t get anyone addicted.
As such, CBD is not harmful to children, not even in a big amount.
A big amount can at most cause a massive diarrhoea but that’s all!
Let’s see in what fields CBD can be helpful to your kids:
- sleeping disorders
- mood improvement
- behaviour disorders
- stress, anxiety (e.g. stomach and intestine anxiety)
- immune protection
- cramp release
- anti-inflammatory effect
- various crises
How does CBD affect children?
Cannabidiol can influence the endocannabinoid system of the human body.
When taking CBD, it interacts with the receptors of our endocannabinoid system. These are called receptors CB1 and CB2.
CB1 receptors are mostly found in the central system and in the brain while CB2 receptors are present in our whole body and support mostly our immune system.
From sleeping and being awake to hunger, pain sensation and body temperature we barely have any bodily function that is not affected by our endocannabinoid system.
Since cannabidiol has a good effect on our endocannabinoid system, its use is very much promising to children, too.
Since the suggested amount is obviously smaller than it is for adults, the perfect choice is Hempworx CBD fruit gum.
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